I don’t think I’ve posted this image from Week One with the iPhone. The shot is from down near the “Green Hole”–a plunge pool near where Goose Creek meets Level Bottom Creek on its way to its confluence with Bottom Creek. Click for a larger view at Flickr.
This rather inaccessible scour in the bedrock down in a Laurel thicket has been a popular swimming hole over the years, but has silted in considerably in the past decades with the increase in upstream soil disturbances, logging, and general mismanagement.
The piece of property has recently sold, and the tolerance for “the locals” usual use of this familiar landmark is not known.
The day I stopped off and navigated my way down there, contrary to the pristine appearance of selective vision, the place was pretty well trashed with assorted human effluvium–bizarrely including a white brocade and lace wedding-type dress in a state of partial decay, in amongst the KFC trash and such.
I’ll have to go back some day with a large black trash bag and make the area clean so the next Inconsiderates can come in with their own fast-food and cheap beer flotsam and really feel like they’re making a difference.
At any rate, I continue to be impressed with the iPhone 4S camera; it handles very well both highlights and shadows, and it does not blow out reds like some point-and-shoot cameras tend to do. The autofocus also is very fast, as is the shutter speed.Â And the wireless-transmitted images are waiting for me on the MacPro when I get home.
While I’m at it, I also don’t think I posted the 360 pano from the Movie Night last Thursday at the Country Store. Some day, when my blog grows up, I’ll be able to insert these directly on the page here. Until then, you’ll have to click the link–and see some familiar Floyd faces.
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What a gorgeous photo, especially impressive knowing you took it with your iPhone. No wonder you are thrilled with it. The 360 photo is really fun to look at, too.